Brazil vs. Spain Confederations Cup 2013 Final: Live Scores and Highlights
Fred scored two goals and Neymar scored one to lead Brazil to a 3-0 victory over Spain and win the 2013 Confederations Cup!
The Brazilians celebrating with the Cup.
And now, Brazil take the stage. They hoist the, er, Cup… which isn't a cup at all but a rather knobby thing.— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) July 1, 2013
The Brazilian team has received their medals. Neymar with the Golden Boot.
MVPs (Golden Ball): Paulinho is third, Iniesta is second and NEYMAR is first— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) July 1, 2013
Final match stats.
TWO minutes of stoppage— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) June 30, 2013
86' - Again, Cesar comes up with a great save. David Villa tried to curl it far post from the left. Cesar dives & deflects.— SI Soccer (@si_soccer) June 30, 2013
Paulinho is subbed off.
This beatdown making me experience emotions I had not thought humanly possible: am beginning to feel pity for Spain— roger bennett (@rogbennett) June 30, 2013
BIG SAVE Julio Cesar is down low to foil Pedro.— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) June 30, 2013
Fred comes off after scoring two of Brazil's three goals.
Match stats at 77'.
SUB Jadson for Hulk (BRA)— FOX Soccer Trax (@FOXSoccerTrax) June 30, 2013
70' - Neymar fires the ensuing freekick over the crossbar. It'll take a historic effort by 10-man Spain to get back in this one.— SI Soccer (@si_soccer) June 30, 2013
Pique's foul on Neymar earns him a red card.
68' - RED CARD. Gerard Pique is sent packing after hauling down Neymar on the break. Straight ejection. Wow.— SI Soccer (@si_soccer) June 30, 2013
Three goals separate these teams at 62'.
Neymar scoring a great goal? - ✓ Marcelo kicking people? - ✓ A disinterested Torres? - ✓ Ramos missing a PK? - ✓ What haven't we seen today?— Jimmy Conrad (@JimmyConrad) June 30, 2013
Maracana security: 10,600 police, 7,400 soldiers, 1,300 private guards. And still there's chaos outside the stadium ...— Paul Kennedy (@pkedit) June 30, 2013
Ramos' penalty kick goes wide.
Sergio Ramos is fouled and will take a penalty kick.
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